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Contact Ginny on 0412 88 2345

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Your Anger Problem and Your Marriage

Anger is not necessarily a bad emotion and can in fact be a positive and useful emotion if it is used constructively and that is important to remember. The ability to set a boundary to keep yourself safe, to ask for what you want assertively and to resolve conflicts...

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The Big Day: Couples Counselling for Stress

The mental hurdles involved in putting together your dream wedding cannot be overemphasised. There are an enormous number of different aspects to put together, and it can be stressful. Hence, the growing field of couples counselling for pre-wedding pairs. Stress is...

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Perinatal Counselling | Taking Care of Yourself

In the days and weeks following birth, perinatal and postnatal depression will take hold of 15-20% of all new mothers. It is related to the dramatic shifts in hormones that occur in a woman’s body throughout the course of their pregnancy, and can result in...

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Anxiety Counselling: Five Coping Methods

Anxiety is a widespread concern in modern times, and it constitutes a growing issue for employers and policymakers alike. More and more firms are becoming aware of the number of man-hours lost to anxiety and stress, and the recurring issues that come along with it can...

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Grief and Loss Counselling for Sydney’s North Shore

Coping with a loss in your family is jarring, and the loss of a child can be even more so. It can seem incomprehensible, an impossible situation, and while these life events aren’t always unexpected, this makes it no easier. Trying to grieve while juggling family and...

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Relationship Counselling: Does it Work?

You know how relationships are usually perfect, with no problems whatsoever? Neither does anyone else. The truth of it is that relationships are challenging for just about everyone. Put two people together, no matter how much they have in common or how much they’re in...

read more

Your Anger Problem and Your Marriage

Anger is not necessarily a bad emotion and can in fact be a positive and useful emotion if it is used constructively and that is important to remember. The ability to set a boundary to keep yourself safe, to ask for what you want assertively and to resolve conflicts...

read more

The Big Day: Couples Counselling for Stress

The mental hurdles involved in putting together your dream wedding cannot be overemphasised. There are an enormous number of different aspects to put together, and it can be stressful. Hence, the growing field of couples counselling for pre-wedding pairs. Stress is...

read more

Perinatal Counselling | Taking Care of Yourself

In the days and weeks following birth, perinatal and postnatal depression will take hold of 15-20% of all new mothers. It is related to the dramatic shifts in hormones that occur in a woman’s body throughout the course of their pregnancy, and can result in...

read more

Anxiety Counselling: Five Coping Methods

Anxiety is a widespread concern in modern times, and it constitutes a growing issue for employers and policymakers alike. More and more firms are becoming aware of the number of man-hours lost to anxiety and stress, and the recurring issues that come along with it can...

read more

Grief and Loss Counselling for Sydney’s North Shore

Coping with a loss in your family is jarring, and the loss of a child can be even more so. It can seem incomprehensible, an impossible situation, and while these life events aren’t always unexpected, this makes it no easier. Trying to grieve while juggling family and...

read more

Relationship Counselling: Does it Work?

You know how relationships are usually perfect, with no problems whatsoever? Neither does anyone else. The truth of it is that relationships are challenging for just about everyone. Put two people together, no matter how much they have in common or how much they’re in...

read more